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Retired Ann Arbor Detective Dies At 82

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Day
22
Month
April
Year
2001
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Builders Show, May 1954

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Ann Arbor News, May 20, 1954
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Tree of Cameras: This display of products by Argus Cameras, Inc., at the building show attracted the attention of the Robert Moon family of Barton Dr. Mrs. Moon holds Sharon while daughter Susan is big enough for a chair.

Swift Drugs Changes Hands

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14
Month
May
Year
1957
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Argus Camera President and Pilot Injured In Plane Crash, April 1946

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 30, 1946
Caption
Ann Arbor Plane In Which Two Were Injured: Turning over after hitting a high-tension wire, the plane in which two Ann Arbor men were injured this morning lies on its back in a field north of Saline. Suffering facial cuts an concussion were Robert D. Howse, president of Arugs, Inc., and Joseph E. Thompson, Argus pilot.

John Keck and Company (Argus Building), 1866-1884

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Addition to the Argus Camera building on Fourth St

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 4, 1952
Caption
Argus Expands for Defense: With the steel superstructure erected and the brickwork being laid, the 10,000-square-foot second-floor addition to Argus Cameras, Inc., at 405 Fourth St. nears its completion date, Oct. 20. The structure, necessitated by defense contracts, will house an optical assembly department. The general contractor for the project is Henry W. deKoning.

Argus, Inc., Is New Name

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Day
14
Month
May
Year
1962
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